rainbow-tinted love

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  • Unfortunately, when her CIA bosses catch wind via Brody of her classified redecoration scheme, David storms her apartment to place her on administrative leave and confiscate her rainbow-tinted wall of information.

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  • Assistants made the tracings, and Ms. Calame turned them into a rainbow-tinted mural via the Renaissance technique of a "pounce pattern."

    The Edge of a New Frontier

  • "Why, it's a mirror!" she cried; for she could see all her pretty face and fluffy, rainbow-tinted gown reflected in the pool, as natural as life.

    Love Letters

  • Look north to a rainbow-tinted oasis called the Atrium.

    Colonel Hector Bravado: Heavy Drinking on the Light Rail

  • As varied and fanciful as the hats church ladies parade proceeding and following the long contemplative services, suffuse with rainbow-tinted light from magnificent stained-glass windows, Harlem's houses of worship make the wait until lunch worthwhile.

    Michael Henry Adams: Touring Harlem, Lost and Found

  • There were quiet, heavy tropical showers, and a general misty dampness, and the Navigator Islands, with their rainbow-tinted coral forests, their fringe of coco palms, and groves of banyan and breadfruit trees, these sunniest isles of the bright South Seas, resolved themselves into dark lumps looming through a drizzling mist.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The lover of fishy beauty is abundantly gratified by the multitudes of fish of brilliant colors, together with large medusae, which dart or glide through the sunlit waters among the coral-groves, where every coral spray is gemmed with zoophytes, whose rainbow-tinted arms sway with the undulations of the water, and where sea-snakes writhe themselves away into the recesses of coral caves.

    The Golden Chersonese and the way thither

  • On the bank there was now to be seen the frontage of the gay, wealthy suburb of Uslon, with its brightly-dressed, rainbow-tinted women and girls tripping through the streets, and the water of its foaming river sparkling hotly, yet dimly, in the sunlight.

    Through Russia

  • We here saw how the beautiful mosaics are designed and adjusted, and how the delicate, rainbow-tinted glass is blown and spun into any imaginable design one might desire.

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  • Her mother, to comfort her, told her to go to a hill-top near by and open the storehouse there, and there in the largest room, in the largest box in that room, she would find six golden girdles and seven rainbow-tinted dresses, made by the daughters of the Moon and of the

    Finnish Legends for English Children

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